Skip to main content

About your Search

Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9
trade in the texas heat at any time for the humidity. >>> straight ahead here on the news edge. >> i'm sue palka, brian, we had a beautiful day today. get ready for the heat, we have a right heat advisory in effect story tomorrow -- for tomorrow. dean go away. fox 5 news will be back.  . >>> tonight, a fox 5 investigation, you don't want to miss. the there are colleges in name only, diploma mills where degrees can be bought and paid for. they learned some professors at a local university earned their ph.ds from one theseup accredited schools. fox 5 sherri ly is here with the preview. >> reporter: it cost $39,000 at a legitimate university. that is not how some got their ph.ds. our fox 5 investigation uncovered a university of the british virgin islands with no address but a post office box. it's the place where three udc professors claimed they got their ph.ds. we checked out the university and it's not recognized by the department of education or any recognized accrediting agencies in the u.s. and britain. by federal law, it meets the definition of a den lema mill. >> do you
bonding in waco, texas. that story is coming up in sports. laura. >> and thank you. breaking habits, especially for a smoke orangutan in indonesia and he's been hooked on cigarettes for a decade and the zoo keepers want him to kick the habit. the problem is visitors keep throwing her lit cigarettes through the exhibit. the zoo is moving her to a private island on the property. [ male announcer ] where did all the obama stimulus money go? friends, donors, campaign supporters, special interest groups where did the obama stimulus money go? solyndra: 500 million taxpayer dollars. bankrupt. so where did the obama stimulus money go? windmills from china. electric cars from finland 79% of the 2.1 billion in stimulus grants awarded through it went to overseas companies. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. . >>> the majority of americans would vote for an atheist president. a new gallop poll shows 54% would support putting a, quote, well-qualified candidate and the same group would vote for a gay or lesbian candidate or muslim president. the public is growing acceptness. -
fields for farmers who said this is the worst drought the state has seen in a decade n. texas, they're having the opposite problem. >> and this is incredible. a week's worth of rain. >> the rain is refusing to let up around houston, trees are down and streets flooded, bayous are overflowing. the rise of water is a growing concern for home owners. >> and that is -- and so far, we're okay. and down the street. >> reporter: forecasters say the heavy rain which has fallen across the golf coast and southeast will shift toward the tennessee and ohio valleys today and tomorrow. several inches of rain and flash flooding will be possible with the heaviest downpours. in new york, anna coinman, fox news. >>> a new report finds most americans believe that climate change is real. "the washington post" stanford university poll shows 6-10 weather patterns have been more unstable the last flee years and half believe president obama wants to take action on global warming and 11% said it's a goal of mitt romney. 55% of americans say a good amount can be done to stop global warming, 60% disagree. >> i
number one in his academy class six years ago. he was just 24 years old. >>> a texas cemetery gaining national criticism after banning american flags on grave story. the board voted to reduce clutter at grave sites. american flags rpg now only allowed to be placed on veterans' graves on memorial and veterans day. many people are outraged. >> a veteran didn't find two weeks out of the year to serve his country two weeks out of the year or four weeks if you count both holidays. if the relatives so desire to honor their veterans 365 days a year, it should be allowed. >> city officials argue the cemetery cleanup effort is a sign of their commitment to veterans and their families. the board agreed banning american flags was an oversight and will reverse the ordinance. >>> just ahead on the news edge, it's the making of a made for tv movie. a millionaire's mysterious and dramatic death revealed. >>> the first several thousand people tested their bravery during the annual running of the bulls in spain. there were serious injuries during the first leg of the race. the animals knocked over sev
to maryland from texas. >> not as humid as it would be there. your clothes would be sticking to you, but hot's hot. >> reporter: and after three days, the water's back. electricity is restored. now that it's no longer being used to fill water jugs and the potomac river is back to a more typical july day, it's being used for having fun and keeping cool. in frederick county, maryland, beth parker, fox 5 news. >>> to virginia now where the daunting task is getting the power back on for tens of thousands of customers. hole morris followed crews as they got to work from -- holly morris-from-followed crews as they got to work. >> reporter: it's hard to believe this is the scene four days after the storm. this is what many power crews are still facing, a testament to how bad that storm was. dan is with dominion virginia power and we're on the street in anandale and this is reality. >> this is what our customers are enduring now. we can't get in to fix this and have to get the trees out of here before we can get back in and better get our crews to get the lights back o. >> people understand the proc
guided by gps. but watch what happens when todd humphries and his team from the university of texas punch a few keystrokes into this computer. >> 2, 1, capture! >> reporter: the drone goes wildly off course, now receiving instructions, not from gps, but from a transmitter that sends false signals to the drone's navigation system, a so-called spoofer. the effect is so dramatic, a safety pilot with a radio control has to save the drone from crashing. >> spoofing a gps receiver on a uav is another way of hijacking a plane. >> reporter: if that sounds shocking, it's because it is. with this experiment, humphries has illuminated a gaping hole in the government's plan to open up u.s. air space to gps-guided drones. >> in five and 10 years, we've got 30,000 of those drones in habiting the national air space, each one of these could be a potential missile to be used against us. >> reporter: until now, gps-guided drones have been limited mostly to the battlefield in places like iraq, afghanistan and yemen, or patrolling our southern border. earlier this year, congress ordered the faa to come up wi
texas gentleman. 18-year-old alexander body, a resent high school graduate was described as a ball of joy by friends. his girlfriend survived. everyone expected them to get married of the serving alongside larimer was jesse childress a cyber systems operator. rebecca wingo was a mother of two. she worked in customer relations. a vigil remembering the lives lost will take place tonight at aurora city hall at 6:30. >>> coming up in a few minutes, we will go live to aurora and hear from a man who says he knew something wasn't right when holmes tried to join his gun club. >>> back in the district, thousands of people were on the national mall to kick off a huge international aids conference. they rallied and marred from the washington monument. that is where john henrehan is live. >> reporter: maureen, this international conference on hiv aids is huge. 25,000 delegates are assembling in washington. it's the first time in 22 years this conference is in the u.s. because only recently has america relaxed the previously stringent rules that kept hiv positive people out of the country. the
a homicide. >>> texas community mourning the loss of one of their own police officers. 44-year-old josh williams was responding to a call early saturday morning, when police say a drunk driver crashed into his cruiser killer him. not only was the other driver drug behind the wheel but didn't have any lights on. he is in hospital, and will be charged with intoxication manslaughter, once he is released. >>> thousands of people in tokyo, rallied around parliament, demanding an end to nuclear power japan's government is planning to restart nuclear power generation but many are against the move. it was halted after the fukushima tsunami, during today's protest many wore gas masks and beat on big yellow oil drums. >>> memorial service for a youngster killed in -- young surfer killed in a vicious shark attack. they gathered to remember the 24-year-old, he was surfing with a friend when attacked by a shark the fifth person in the past 10 months to be killed by a shark off australia's southwest coast. >> two weeks ago i lost the love of my life, my best friend my rock my inspiration and my soul >>> a texas family, is searching for a chihuahua. sierra is diabetic all the time she has spent walking around the in heat is compromising her health. >> her sugar was 600 friday night and last night it was 49. so she is going from highs to lows. >> he mean it is world to me he is like my son i can't lose him just leave him alone if i know he is out here in this world, or somewhere close by i won't stop missing until i find him. >> the family hired a pet detective but that didn't work they are still putting up flyers. >>> weather you mentioned not out of the words entirely. >> no, i think there could still be thunderstorms rumbling about. we had severe storms earlier. we are going right on over to radar, first we will show you the tower camera shot, you can see clouds in the background, not everybody gets it but these are weakening a little bit, and as they weaken, substantially out there, they spread a lot of their clouds out, okay, so it looks like a lot of the area is becoming cloudy that doesn't mean you are going to get in on the rain. this is sentinel radar, you can
Search Results 0 to 8 of about 9